Posted On: 04/2/21 11:54 AM

For whatever reason, certain guys stay under the radar. Much as Prep Hoops tries to see every player in the state, we know there are a lot of great players that have escaped our attention, and haven’t gotten much love from any of the media across the state.

Here are a few players receiving all-state honors who haven’t gotten much publicity:

Kobe Hoover, senior, Washington County – 2A 2nd team:

The 6-foot senior went down fighting. He ripped off 32 points with seven 3-pointers against Valley Heights, then wound up his career with 21, including six 3’s against eventual state-champion Hanover.

Brady Frickey, senior, Ellis – 2A 2nd team:

Frickey was a playmaking guard for the Railroaders who fell in the playoffs to top-ranked Hoxie. The 5-foot-10 senior was one of the most productive players in the west, racking up 19.2 points and 5.2 rebounds per game, while also dishing 2.6 assists to his teammates.

Mark Bogner, senior, Erie – 2A 3rd team:

Bogner will be playing golf at the next level, but he’s got some serious touch on the basketball court too. Erie was one of the top 2A teams this year, and he was the leader. He followed

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